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2-Dec-2016:小鳳姐接受中文大學 學生訪問 varsity.com.cuhk.edu.hk/index.php/2016/12/paula-tsui-cantopop-diva/

Viva la Diva!

Cantopop legend Paula Tsui looks back on her 40-year career

By Minnie Wong

The lobby of Hong Kong’s iconic Peninsula Hotel, with its high ceilings, gold and ivory coloured columns and grand staircase seem like a fitting setting for a conversation with the grand dame of Hong Kong Cantopop, Paula Tsui Siu-fung. Tsui is elegantly turned out in a black pantsuit, a wig, and huge vintage sunglasses – the picture of an old-school movie star attempting to go incognito.

Indeed she quickly establishes she wants to go unnoticed, telling Varsity she does not want to be photographed for the interview. At one point she worries that the tourists holding out selfie sticks may be trying to take photographs of her.

This comes as something of a surprise as Tsui should be used to the consequences of fame by now – after a career spanning more than four decades. The 67-year-old star has outlasted her contemporaries, still plays to packed houses and has even won over a new generation of fans, some for reasons she never expected. Looking back, Tsui, who is affectionately known as Siu Fung-jeh (Big Sister Siu-fung) describes her life in show business as a dream.

“It’s a very real dream, although there’s a huge chasm between the day I first started and the 40 or so years that have passed in between,” she says. “I feel grateful – there’s been a measure of luck.”

But luck cannot wholly explain Tsui’s popularity. Apart from the time and hard work she has put into perfecting her craft, Tsui says it is her persistence that has set her apart.

“I’ve had many friends who are singers, some are much better singers than me, but they gave up in the middle of the journey… It’s all about whether you have the stamina and the interest to carry on.”

Over the years, Tsui has built a solid reputation for her singing skills, her striking stage wardrobe featuring elaborate dresses with full skirts and long trains, and her easy rapport with the audience.

Today, her unique voice with its husky tones and deep register still captivates audiences. For her, singing is not just about the art of performance, it is about creating emotional resonance. Interestingly, she says she treats her songs as “patients” which she nurses to health to get the best out of them. Although she is regarded as a consummate professional, Tsui never formally studied music or singing.

She was born in Wuhan and moved to Hong Kong as an infant. The eldest child from a poor family with six children, Tsui left school at a young age to work at odd jobs to support her family. She taught herself to sing by listening and singing along to the tunes on the radio.

After drifting aimlessly between jobs, Tsui eventually found her calling in 1965 when she won a singing contest which led to her becoming a nightclub singer in 1968. Talent, luck and persistence led to her success and a recording deal with Sony Music that enabled her to release the Canto-pop albums that propelled her to stardom. “It all happened by coincidence, I never thought people would actually hire me,” she says.

Since her 1970 debut Mandarin album Autumn Night, Tsui has released more than 60 records before her last one in 1990. Her hits include classic Canto-pop tunes such as Season of the Wind, Char Siu Bao, Flowing in the Natural Direction and Behind the Bridal Gown, the theme song of a popular 1980s TVB drama series.

“To be honest, I never thought that I would stay in the industry for this long. But surprisingly, I love my job more and more as I go along,” she adds.

Tsui’s catchy pop songs from different periods may have different meanings for Hongkongers of different ages but one of her classics, in particular, has earned her a place in the hearts of today’s generation of youngsters.

A few years ago, netizens on the Golden Forum began quoting lines from her 1979 hit Hei Hei Yeung Yeung (Full of Joy) to respond to news they considered worthy of “celebration”, and to mock particular events. This developed into the shorthand “Welcome Siu-fung Jeh!” (有請小鳳姐!), usually followed by dancing emojis.

In 2012, people gathered outside the Sha Tin office of the former legislator Ray Lau Kong-wah after he lost his Legislative Council seat and sang the lyrics “Play the piano fervently; sing fervently” from Hei Hei Yeung Yeung to gloat over his loss in the polls. These scenes were repeated when two other pro-establishment lawmakers Christopher Chung Shu-kan and Wong Kwok-hing lost their seats in September this year.

This, combined with localist inspired nostalgia for things that represent Hong Kong culture have turned Tsui into a cult icon as well as an established superstar. This image was further entrenched when she made a surprise appearance at an alternative awards ceremony held by the satirical youth-oriented internet TV channel TVMost in January.

Tsui was originally unaware of the reasons behind her revival among youngsters and the internet community. When it is explained to her, she professes indifference. She guesses people use her lyrics because they are unable to quite express their emotions through words and suggests that in a way, they treat her lyrics as slogans.

Tsui’s fame is not limited to Hong Kong or even the Mainland, she is hugely popular with the overseas Chinese and has held concerts around the world, including in Las Vegas, Singapore and Malaysia. Although she has slowed down from her heyday, Tsui still performs, singing to a packed auditorium at the Hong Kong Coliseum for eight nights in August this year. It is a venue she knows well after holding a record 43 concerts there.

In the late stage of her career,Tsui feels more committed to her fans than ever and this gives her the incentive to perform better. “I only had to be responsible to my boss when I first started my career but now I have to be responsible to my fans,” she says.

After 45 years on the stage, there is not much that can faze her. Unpredictable errors can occur at any time. The most memorable incident is when the power went out in the middle of a concert.

Tsui says that mishap was unlike any other because she had no idea how she should respond.

“I was singing the song Come Rain or Shine (風雨同路) and when I got to the line ‘there is darkness in the on the other side of light’, the lights went out completely,” she recalls.

Tsui panicked and struggled over whether she should stay on the stage or leave it. She decided to stay put and luckily, her team followed her lead. “I just stood there with the exact same pose, so did my dancers and band,” she says. “It lasted for at least seven minutes.”

When the lights went back on, she continued as if nothing had happened, and the audience broke into thunderous applause.

Moments like this remind Tsui that it takes courage and luck to be a singer,

“It’s like racing, you have to run to the finish line no matter what happens in between,” she says. It is a race she has not given up on yet, although the look of the racetrack has changed since she first started running.

Tsui acknowledges there is more creativity in popular music today, more song genres and performance styles. She says veteran singers like herself have been adding newer elements into their songs to suit changing audience tastes. But she still prefers old traditional songs.

“I think that traditional songs give me a complete story. They have a beginning, a transition and an ending,” she says.

Tsui’s story is still unfolding. She says she has never considered herself to be popular, even though people tell her she is well-loved by the public. Instead, she is just grateful audiences have not forgotten her and thinks that worrying about popularity would only give her pressure. Icon or not, Tsui says the most important key to success is to never give up on your dreams.

This is the motto by which she has always lived herself. She says she is not sure about any forthcoming plans but has never seriously considered retiring. For the foreseeable future at least – the show will go on.

Edited by Zoe Lai

 
12-Oct-2016:小鳳姐出席致祭鄭裕彤先生
22-Aug-2016▼:小鳳姐出席薛家燕小姐<<夢飛翔暑假大匯演2016>>
【明報專訊】薛家燕前晚於新光戲院舉行《夢飛翔暑假大匯演2016》,家燕媽媽藝術中心一眾學生開場演出一段「星夢傳奇」,把家燕姐由童星至今的演藝歷程騷呈現出來,當中包括童星、七公主、家燕與小田及《真情》年代,司儀劉錫賢更粉墨登場扮梁醒波,家燕姐就壓軸登場,並大跳十字步。她的好友徐小鳳、馮素波及黃淑儀亦獲邀上台,三人更送上3D立體金公仔給家燕姐。小鳳姐表示今次專誠支持家燕姐,指對方是她偶像,大家一齊長大。問她有否興趣去家燕姐藝術中心教學生唱歌?小鳳姐說:「她無出過聲,但我屬於示範形式,不會刻意去教,好多朋友仔天生識好多。」
 
《盧冠廷BEYOND IMAGINATION CONCERT LIVE 2016》演唱會第1場嘉賓

 

蘋果日報:【財爺睇騷搶鏡】小鳳妹幫盧冠廷唱壓軸:佢環保又冇毛
 

盧冠廷(LoLo)《Beyond Imagination》演唱會噚晚開鑼,頭場全場爆滿,

難得有財爺曾俊華前來棒場,講到人氣,財爺真係一啲都唔輸,

當佢入場嘅時候,觀眾即時起哄,又拍掌歡迎,財爺禮貌地同大家揮手,

仲有人衝過去同佢握手,嗱!現場所見,財爺民望真係比起好多政府高官仲要高。

LoLo個騷八點半準時開騷,十一點半準時散場,

甫出場佢就話:「好好彩,冇諗過可以同大家見面,仲以為100歲唔死先可以見,估唔到。

我準備咗好多好嘢畀大家睇,(度橋)諗到我得番兩條頭髮都甩埋。」

演唱會嘉賓有張敬軒、Robynn & Kendy,

當LoLo介紹壓軸嘉賓係神級歌手徐小鳳出場時,梗係掌聲雷動,

LoLo又好識做咁大讚小鳳妹越睇越靚,小鳳姐着咗一條伸咗好多條毛出嚟嘅裙上台,

佢好抵死咁話:「你哋唔好以為我條毛巾上來,好隆重嘅。」

LoLo解釋話:「平時小鳳妹啲裙好大件,因為個出入口細,所以要着咁細。」
小鳳姐又爆LoLo出「風癩」,LoLo話:「係太緊張所以出濕疹,要用化妝遮。」

小鳳竟然串爆話:「係喎!平時你都唔化。」之後,

小鳳姐扮LoLo唱腔唱《天鳥》,仲話扮對方好辛苦,唱時要諗住佢好環保又冇咩毛。

 

on.cc東網專訊:《盧冠廷BEYOND IMAGINATION CONCERT LIVE 2016》
 

與小鳳姐互笠高帽

而呢個騷嘅壓軸嘉賓係徐小鳳,而小鳳姐一上台,即掀起全晚高潮,

小鳳先獨唱《人似浪花》,接住與Lo Lo合唱《無奈》,兩人互笠高帽兼齊齊搞笑,

Lo Lo稱呼小鳳為小鳳妹,並說:「神級即係神級。」小鳳則表示很難才做到對方嘉賓:「申請咗好耐。」

嫌小鳳姐未夠隆重

穿上白色毛毛褸襯黑裙的小鳳之後說:「我今晚好隆重。」

Lo Lo即反駁:「妳平時着開好大件,因為今日嗰出口(指返入後台嗰口)太窄,如果大啲,妳就會着大件啲。

」小鳳之後又大讚Lo Lo錫歌迷,又踢爆對方因緊張個騷搞到鼻樑生風癩,

Lo Lo聞言即澄清:「可能緊張搞到生濕疹,不過已經化咗妝,大家睇唔到。」

抵死的小鳳即說:「你都唔化嘅。」隨即扮Lo Lo唱腔清唱了幾句對方金曲《天鳥》,

獲全場拍掌,Lo Lo說:「好嘢、好嘢、扮嘢都得。」

小鳳笑言要忘記過往幾十年唱腔很困難,又乘機取笑Lo Lo光頭:「冇乜毛毛。」

而Lo Lo則即場教大家「李小龍美容法」收緊下巴皺紋,絕對爆趣。

20-April-2016: 小鳳姐演唱會2016記者會
 
9-April-2016: 小鳳姐支持商業電台今年饑饉主題曲"孩子的天空"
8-April-2016:

小鳳姐演唱會2016...7月28日-8月-2日

 

詳情網址...http://www.cityline.com

 

3-April-2016: 小鳳姐出席《港台電視Good Show 31節目巡禮

今晚喺港台舉行嘅《Goodshow 31》節目巡禮,全晚高潮——有請小鳳姐。

亞視真•熄機,大家都話熱烈地彈琴熱烈地唱,今晚小鳳姐出場時,現場亦響起此歌,不過意義當然好唔好,係熱烈地彈琴熱烈地唱賀港台31新一章。

但港台31有這個新開始,係因為亞視之死……小鳳姐說:「其實我係非常不捨得噚晚,我又好興奮迎接今晚,期待未來。

我有少少心聲,想借呢個機會講。好感謝過往從事電視行業、為港人默默耕耘默默付出幾十年,

台前幕後嘅朋友,我深深向你哋致敬,亦希望未來大家可以向你哋借鏡,做得更好。」令人眼眶一熱。

小鳳姐又大讚香港觀眾高質,勉勵港台繼續努力做好節目,觀眾自然懂得欣賞。

接著小鳳姐就同廣播處長梁家榮手執巨型遙控,同廣播署長梁家榮一齊主持儀式,口號係「數碼模擬雙輝映 新機舊機都睇得」,為今晚節目巡禮畫上完美句號。
22-March-2016: 明報:呂秉權貼合照 讚小鳳姐一諾千金

浸會大學新聞系高級講師、無綫前新聞主播呂秉權今日在facebook上載一家四口與徐小鳳的合照,他撰長文稱讚徐小鳳一諾千金。呂秉權在文中表示,去年11月曾在街上偶遇徐小鳳要求合照,當時徐小鳳以「私人時間,無乜打扮」為由婉拒,並表示「下次等我著得靚靚,一定同你哋影張相」;後來有朋友跟呂秉權說徐小鳳仍記得承諾,連月來透過不同人士找他,希望兌現承諾。結果徐小鳳在周日晚上跟呂秉權一家四口合照。

呂秉權最後寫道:「她真的一諾千金。突發其想,未知有天,小鳯姐能否接受小弟的人物專訪?先發個美夢吧!」有網民搞笑地以徐小鳳金曲《喜氣洋洋》的歌詞留言:「熱烈地彈琴熱烈唱」,又有網民表示羨慕呂秉權。

11-March-2016: e+娛樂..
27-Feb-2016: 小鳳姐出席劉培基先生生日會..明周2468期..
8-Feb-2016: 香港電台數碼台DAB+"唱好猴年好聲音"徐小鳳主持:夏妙然‬‪‎張偉基‬ 
大年初一,緊係要喜氣洋洋啦!《講好音樂》新春特備系列「唱好猴年好聲音」


夏妙然 Ha Miu Yin Serina、張偉基請到徐小鳳暢談小鳳姐的經典好音樂以及賀年歌曲~~


喺大年初一、初二的晚上,陪住大家一齊「喜氣洋洋」過新年!記得mark實晚上10點半,香港電台數碼31台喇!

31-Jan-2016▼:小鳳姐出席「林子祥佐治地球40周年演唱會」 第4場嘉賓

明報 周刊

【明報專訊】林子祥(阿Lam)前晚於紅館為尾場演唱會演出,吸引黃耀明、林家棟、鄭丹瑞等圈中好友捧場。徐小鳳擔任表演嘉賓,兩人大放笑彈,笑爆全場。鬼馬的小鳳姐更爆金句:「原來你個仔真的是你個仔!你好似你個仔!」並公然給阿Lam「抽水」。

讚港人經得起風浪 高呼愛香港

林子祥前晚舉行尾場個唱,唱《在水中央》時,身穿閃片流蘇裙的徐小鳳隆重登場,全場掌聲雷動。合唱時阿Lam驚踩到小鳳姐裙尾,行得小心翼翼。當聽到阿Lam說很怕踩到她裙尾時,小鳳姐的回應十分爆:「不要緊,我被人踩慣,不怕被踩,特別香港人,特別經得起風浪!香港在全世界來說是最大方和最包容的社會,不理你幾有錢還是幾窮,都一一收晒,心胸寬闊很多,所以我喜歡香港,因我是香港人,我是地地道道的香港小姐!」觀眾即報以熱烈掌聲。

「原來你個仔真的是你個仔」

小鳳姐愈講愈興奮,她表示見到阿Lam的舊相,原本的疑問都沒了:「原來你個仔真的是你個仔!見到相入面,你好似你個仔。」又叮囑阿Lam日後若唱她的歌,不要打她的照片出來:「我驚呀,我永遠同大家一齊。」阿Lam曾寫歌給小鳳姐,小鳳姐笑說每次錄音都想着對方,但每次學對方唱功都快要哮喘。阿Lam則言與小鳳姐同key,故合唱很易,小鳳即笑說:「對呀,這方面我們很啱key,唱歌而已!」又言當初阿Lam身邊人找她當嘉賓時,說阿Lam一生中有3個女人很重要:「一個是媽咪,一個是沙麗,還有一個你知喇,很懸疑,我聽到當然識做,自動埋位。」身旁的阿Lam被小鳳姐搞到哭笑不得:「什麼都給你說出來了。」小鳳姐續言:「你放心,我不會喜歡你,我不喜歡織冷衫的。」阿Lam即還擊:「如果要織到你這樣都幾大鑊!」之後兩人再合唱,其間阿Lam扮作踩對方裙尾,又在唱完時問小鳳姐:「親一下可不可以?」小鳳姐大方表示:「給你抽吓水喇!」阿Lam不禁說:「攞命呀,她真的是。」

29-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐擔任RTHK 香港電台第一台節目《開心日報》嘉賓

‪#‎有請小鳳姐‬】殿堂級歌手徐小鳳今日去咗第一台節目《開心日報》嘅「開心好聲音」環節擔任嘉賓呀∼

由今日起,節目一連四個星期五嘅「開心好聲音」都有小鳳姐呀∼佢話近期興改歌,

用嚟搞笑無問題,不過出唱片,歌詞就要有要求喇∼聽聞小鳳姐仲反客為主,

調轉訪問主持人何B師傅,要佢同聽眾講返自己演出嘅糗事······節目入面,

鳳姐仲金句連連,又分享參加「分獎典禮」嘅感受,各位記得收聽喇∼

http://programme.rthk.hk/channel/radio/programme.php…

第一台《開心日報》逢星期一至五10:20am─12:00nn播出。

26-Jan-2016: 小鳳姐RTHK 香港電台數碼台DAB+ "‎講好音樂‬錄音..主持:夏妙然‬‪‎張偉基‬ 
15-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐出席拿督慶喜宴..
12-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐出席【毛記電視分獎禮】
【on.cc東網專訊】 藝人王宗堯、方健儀、張崇基、張崇德等出席頒獎禮,

現場有何韻詩、周家怡、鄭丹瑞到場支場,方健儀先拔頭籌奪得大獎,

主持人笑言方健儀有「仙氣」,而方健儀就話:「我都等咗好多年先畀人發掘出嚟。」

而十大金曲的第九位和第六位分別由王宗堯的《追胸人》和張崇基和張崇德的《想搭很難》,

張崇基和張崇德在台上表示:「第一次拎獎係1993年,之後1994年再領獎之後就冇再去過頒獎禮,

我哋第一次開騷都遇到好多問題,喺低潮時有個朋友同我哋講,

無論你做咩都有人唔鍾意你,所以你做好本份為鍾意你嘅朋友唱歌就得,

而依位朋友都嚟咗,我哋第一次開騷時佢有嚟,多謝小鳳姐!」

接着鏡頭影着徐小鳳,兩兄弟亦唱出《喜氣洋洋》。

 
10-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐出席車淑梅小姐娶新抱喜宴..
 
9-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐出席李泳漢婚宴..
 
3-Jan-2016▼: 小鳳姐欣賞"TWINS LOL LIVE IN HK"演唱會"